Timmy Sutton

<i>Some Rap Songs</i> – Hope Amidst Grief

Some Rap Songs – Hope Amidst Grief

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01/15/2019

I listened to Earl Sweatshirt’s Doris (2013) for the first time during my junior year of high school. I had just moved from the coast of South Texas to Arizona. I was about two months into the school year and living in a bedroom with my younger brother, doing marching band in triple-digit weather four…

Mitski and the Lonely

Mitski and the Lonely

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12/13/2018

I am standing in some random Henle apartment I’ve never been to before at 11:47 PM on a Saturday. It is cramped and sweaty but covered in attempts to make the place feel like home. A scattering of posters and six-pack remnants and fairy lights blanket the walls, the floor is tacky with dried Natty….

Chipotle Guacamole

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03/23/2018

  Timmy Sutton is a sophomore in the College. He is one of three spoken word poets highlighted in this week’s arts-themed digital issue. He performs this poem in a video above, and discusses it in this week’s “Fresh Voices” podcast.   I have been in love before I have been broken before I have…

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